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Cicerone Guides: Walking in the Wye Valley 30 Varied Walks throughout the Valley between Chepstow and Plynlimon

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Mike Dunn(Author)
171 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: Walking in the Wye Valley
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  • Cicerone Guides: Walking in the Wye Valley ISBN: 9781852847241 Paperback laminated cover (not waterproof) Jun 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

#Walking in the Wye Valley describes 30 day walks set across the valley of the Wye river, the fourth-largest river in England and Wales, and certainly the most scenic.

The circular walks are centred around Chepstow, Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford, Hay-on-Wye, Builth Wells and Rhayader. Every route description is accompanied by an annotated OS map, and range in length between 3 and 9 miles. The walks explore limestone gorges and soaring moorlands, ancient routes, border castles and Tintern Abbey.

Practical details such as the amount of ascent and timings information are included for every walk, as are details on public transport and parking facilities. Other useful information on the river's history, geology and wildlife ensure that this is an ideal companion to exploring the impressive range of walking the Wye Valley offers.


Geology and landscape
Plants and wildlife
The impact of man
Getting to and around the Wye Valley
When to go
What to take
Maps and waymarking
Using this guide

The Lower Wye: Chepstow to Ross-on-Wye
Walk 1 The Lancaut Peninsula
Walk 2 The Wyndcliff
Walk 3 The Devil’s Pulpit from the east
Walk 4 Tintern and the Angidy Valley
Walk 5 Trellech and Beacon Hill
Walk 6 The Kymin
Walk 7 King Arthur’s Cave and the Seven Sisters
Walk 8 Coppet Hill and Goodrich

The Middle Wye: Ross-on-Wye to Hay-on-Wye
Walk 9 Sellack and Hoarwithy
Walk 10 Capler Camp from Fownhope
Walk 11 Haugh Wood
Walk 12 Aconbury Hill
Walk 13 Breinton Springs
Walk 14 Black and White Weobley
Walk 15 Arthur’s Stone and Merbach Common
Walk 16 Kilvert’s Clyro

Upper Middle Wye: Hay-on-Wye to Newbridge-on-Wye
Walk 17 Talgarth and Llanelieu
Walk 18 The Begwns
Walk 19 Brechfa Pool
Walk 20 Llewellyn’s Cave and Aberedw Rocks
Walk 21 Llandeilo Hill and Twm Tobacco’s Grave
Walk 22 Builth and Banc-y-Celyn
Walk 23 Cors y Llyn
Walk 24 Shaky Bridge

The Upper Wye: Newbridge-on-Wye to Plynlimon
Walk 25 Above the Elan Valley reservoirs
Walk 26 Drygarn Fawr
Walk 27 Gilfach Farm
Walk 28 The Monks’ Trod
Walk 29 Llangurig to Llanidloes
Walk 30 Plynlimon and the source of the Wye

Appendix A Route summary table
Appendix B Useful contacts

Customer Reviews


Mike Dunn was born and bred in the English Midlands but has lived in Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan for over 25 years. He has worked for the Welsh Assembly Government, specialising in environmental and conservation issues, and has also written widely on landscape, walking, pubs and real ale. Mike's favourite locations for walking are the Welsh borders, the Hebridean Islands and the Lake District.

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Mike Dunn(Author)
171 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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